Top PFF grades on offense
The top-five graded Titans on offense in Week 12 are as follows.
Notes and stunning stats
-Brown barely edged out Tannehill for the top spot, with his 65-yard touchdown catch being a big reason why. Tannehill scored four touchdowns (two rushing), completed 77 percent of his passes and finished with 259 yards through the air and another 40 on the ground.
- Stunning Brown stat: YAC man finished with a career-high 135 yards, and according to John Glennon of The Athletic, 96 of those yards came after the catch.
- Stunning Tannehill stat No. 1: His grade of 91.2 is the second-highest mark for any Titans quarterback in a single game ever in the PFF era, trailing only the immortal Kerry Collins’ 92.0, which he accomplished in Week 7 of the 2007 season.
- Stunning Tannehill stat No. 2: Tannehill was the first Titans QB to finish with two passing and two rushing touchdowns in a single game since Steve McNair did it in 2001.
-It’s a bit surprising that Henry didn’t grade out higher, but I’d imagine losing a fumble had something to do with that. Even still, Henry was dominant, turning in 159 yards and two touchdowns, one of which was a 74-yard run.
- Stunning Henry stat: Also per Glennon, an astounding 136 of Henry’s 159 yards were after contact.
-Humphries and Dennis Kelly both played limited snaps in Week 12, but made the most of them. As I already mentioned, Humphries turned in three catches for 20 yards, with at least one of those catches going for a first down.
-As for Kelly, he had to replace Taylor Lewan briefly after the left tackle got hurt early in the game, and he went on to allow a sack on the play that resulted in a lost fumble, but he more than made up for it with a touchdown reception early in the third quarter.